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Old 11-27-2017   #1
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Snowy Egret at dawn
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Very nice. I normally don't like clutter in an image but I do think the rope adds some interest to the shot.
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Nice shot for being backlit.
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Nice shot Monte.
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Very nice. I normally don't like clutter in an image but I do think the rope adds some interest to the shot.
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Nice shot for being backlit.
Yeah, I saw that light and thought right then that that would work. Once in awhile the 'Light' goes on! ooooo, hate puns!
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Excellent job, great shot.
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